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Amazon Posts 50 Stories of Love for Valentine’s Day [Updates]

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Amazon Posts 50 Stories of Love for Valentine’s Day [Updates]

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day in the US, the leading online bookseller Amazon has posted an interactive webpage titled 50 Great American Love Stories, which consist of novels selected by Amazon editors whose setting take place in one of 50 states in the union.

Bakari Chavanu February 8, 2013 08-02-2013
Amazon Posts 50 Stories of Love for Valentine’s Day [Updates]
What Computing Device Will You Buy Next? And Why? [We Ask You]

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What Computing Device Will You Buy Next? And Why? [We Ask You]

When the personal computer first became a feasible purchase for mainstream consumers there was little choice in terms of form factor; you could either have bulky gray box number one or bulky gray box number two. And that was it. Then along came the laptop, which gave consumers a viable alternative. The last few years have seen two new alternatives enter stage right: the tablet and the smartphone.

Dave Parrack February 8, 2013 08-02-2013
What Computing Device Will You Buy Next? And Why? [We Ask You]
Stack Exchange Co-Founder Jeff Atwood Launches Free Platform For Discussion Boards & Forums [Updates]

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Stack Exchange Co-Founder Jeff Atwood Launches Free Platform For Discussion Boards & Forums [Updates]

A long-felt need to reboot the way discussion boards and forums are hosted prompted Jeff Atwood to launch Discourse. Discourse is a next-generation, 100% open source and free discussion platform built for the next decade of the Internet.

Saikat Basu February 8, 2013 08-02-2013
Stack Exchange Co-Founder Jeff Atwood Launches Free Platform For Discussion Boards & Forums [Updates]
The Cynical Guide To Your First Internet Startup [Opinion]

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The Cynical Guide To Your First Internet Startup [Opinion]

Are you tired of your job and looking for a reason to bum around on computers all day? Do you have a lukewarm idea that you’re hopelessly trying to monetize? It looks like you need to get yourself a startup and really make something of yourself. Everyone and their dog has a startup idea these days, but how do you know if yours is any good? Well I’ve got news for you – it doesn’t matter!

Tim Brookes February 8, 2013 08-02-2013
The Cynical Guide To Your First Internet Startup [Opinion]
Don’t Unsubscribe! Keep Track Of Newsletters, Receipts & More With The Beautiful Azigo

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Don’t Unsubscribe! Keep Track Of Newsletters, Receipts & More With The Beautiful Azigo

Here’s a task for you. Go to your inbox right now, and count how many newsletters and promotional emails you’ve received in the past week. How many did you get? 10? 50? 150? How many brands do you get these emails from? 5? 10? Maybe 20? While such emails are sometimes nothing more than spam you can ignore, you sometimes receive them because you actually care about these brands and what they have to say.

Yaara Lancet February 8, 2013 08-02-2013
Don’t Unsubscribe! Keep Track Of Newsletters, Receipts & More With The Beautiful Azigo
3 Applications To View Your Entire Internet History In One Place [Windows]

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3 Applications To View Your Entire Internet History In One Place [Windows]

I’ve run into a bit of a problem lately. I’ve started using one browser for basic purposes, then another for everything Flash-based (such as games). Flash just feels faster in one browser, without heavy add-ons or extensions, compared to another. And then how many IM clients do we all use? I personally still use ICQ! I’ve got friends there who refuse to budge. Skype is also a necessity. How many programs must we run, simultaneously, that ultimately do the same job?

Craig Snyder February 8, 2013 08-02-2013
3 Applications To View Your Entire Internet History In One Place [Windows]
Do You Really Need The Most Expensive CPU? Find Out With CPU Boss

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Do You Really Need The Most Expensive CPU? Find Out With CPU Boss

Picking out a CPU for your next computer is no mean feat. Of course, if you build your own desktop, you can usually go with a single motherboard and just swap out the CPU as you see fit (depending on your CPU socket type). But if your next computer is a laptop, picking out the right CPU becomes even more crucial: Once you buy a computer with a given processor, that’s it – you’re stuck with that processor for the lifetime of the computer.

Erez Zukerman February 7, 2013 07-02-2013
Do You Really Need The Most Expensive CPU? Find Out With CPU Boss
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